Only 12 years old, he has saints Logan Mamino Life Teaching us all a lesson in accepting our differences and mutual respect.
The 7th-grade New Jersey native never let his disability get in his way.He has been active in sports since the age of 5 and has travelled
baseball Team since he was 9 years old.
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Logan’s mom saw on Instagram that a TV show was launching a global casting for a boy his age who had his leg amputated for the lead role in the new series. “I saw this post and I thought, ‘Sure, I’ll try.’ So, I auditioned and got the part.”
best foot striker, One family Well-intentioned comedy, based on life , author, motivational speaker, social media influencer and Paralympic athlete. He is also the author of four best-selling books, including: Josh Sandquist just don’t fallthe inspiration for the series.
Logan Marmino plays Josh Dubin in the new Apple TV+ series “Best Strikers.”
Logan plays Josh Dubin, a 12-year-old who, after homeschooling his brother and sister, persuades his mother to let him go to public school for the first time in 7th grade.
Logan’s mom, Jennifer Marmino, said that since she and her husband both work full-time, and because Logan has 8-year-old twin siblings (brother Joey and sister Ellie), Logan needed a lot of family support and scheduling to lead the trip to Los Angeles.
Best foot striker.“It was basically a roller coaster at the end of last summer, trying to figure out how we were going to move him to Los Angeles for four months and who was going to go out with him,” his mom explained. “Because it’s something he really wants to do, he’s passionate about it, and because of the mission behind it, we feel like we have to tackle it as a family.”
related: Logan’s greatest advice to all of us is very wise, beyond his years. “Be yourself. It’s the best thing you can do,” he told Parade.com exclusively. “It doesn’t matter what other people think. If you go there every day and be yourself, that’s a win.”
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He added that he values the ability to be a role model with the new series. “It’s a privilege to be able to spread awareness and show kids that I’m just like them; especially the disabled kids and amputees out there,” explains Marmino.
Read on to learn more about Logan Marmino’s road to stardom and beyond.
where did you get it
confidence as the protagonist?
Logan Mamino: You have to try everything, I guess. When I first heard about auditions, my response was, “Sure, I’ll try.” Look where we are now. I guess I just love being on set with everyone. It was a very comfortable environment and everyone on set made it even better. I guess I just wanted to try it out.
How did you know you got the role of Josh?
I had to come home from baseball practice. We had a Zoom call and they told me I got word about the role and I was speechless. I was unable to speak for the remainder of the Zoom meeting.
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What do you learn about yourself through your TV role?
I found that I could act. The biggest lesson I can think of from the show is that we’re all human, and ultimately, if we can all accept our differences and respect each other, we’re all normal, but in our own ways.
How do you spend your time when you’re not in school?
My favorite thing to do is ride mine bike Around,into the woods and fly fishing. We live in a peaceful and beautiful area. I play baseball a lot; outfield is my favorite position. I also like to draw and I like science.